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Winter Turns To Spring In Parc Des Rapides


It will be hard to believe, but these pictures were taken just few days before the official arrival of spring in the city of Lasalle. province of  Quebec, in Canada.  I love to walk and take pictures of nature so when … Continue reading

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Park Prevost and the 117 Going North


  As I travelled up the  117 highway heading north out of Montreal towards The Laurentians, (Sainte Adele, Provost etc.)I realized that this was not going to be the usual run of the mill business trip. With all of the fall colors … Continue reading

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Park Adrien D. Archambault Re-Visited


This park was what I had hoped for when I glanced at the pictures of it on my computer screen when I did my research.  As I entered the park through a different gate this time I noticed all the signage telling … Continue reading

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Park Adrien D. Archambault


Park Adrien D. Archambault is a jewel in the crown of developement. In my opinion it has proven that developers can make a plan and keep nature in mind. I would prefer if it was just unkept un-sculptured animal habitat, but … Continue reading

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Park Lacoursiere


    I had heard about the man-made parks of Nuns Island,  but nothing could have prepared me for the beauty and splendor of this man-made creation, Parc Lacoursiere.  The entrance is so well hidden from the street that I … Continue reading

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Nun’s Island Bike Path, Walking Trail / Bird Sanctuary and Nature Trail


 I was saddened by what I found as I walked through what was once a beautiful bird and wildlife sanctuary now reduced to 2 paths through some trees in some parts not even 100 feet away from towering buildings or … Continue reading

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Lafontaine Park / Free And Open To The Public


This park is accessible by public transit and is in the same area as a host of other well worth sites to see while in Montreal. While in the area visit the many restaurants and speciality shops in the area. … Continue reading

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